I didn't know where to write, I choose this thread since it's more "general" than the others: Last night I couldn't sleep so I was exploring Pavlos' instagram. I remember that it used to be a private account but recently it's open for anyone to see it. Sometimes, when it's a greek national holiday or his parents' birthdays, he writes the captions in english and in greek. One of his first captions in greek though it's full of misspellings. I don't know if he decided to learn greek later or if he uses google translate (he doesn't have any other misspelled caption in greek). I also noticed comments from his younger siblings, Theodora and Philippos, all in english. So one of my questions must have been answered: they speek english to eachother despite their greek and danish origins. I doubt they speak any danish at all. On one hand, it doesn't seem good that they have adopted a foreign language to be their maternal one, the language they use in daily basis. On the other hand, they have grown up in London and it makes perfect sense the fact that they speak english mostly.
I was watching an old interview of Pavlos about the greek financial crisis, the man has no idea what is going on here. Absolutely no idea. What does he do for a living?
I'm not sure how close he is with Nikolaos. I didn't see any interaction between them apart from the fact that P congratulated Nik on his photo exhibition at Christie's. Maybe they prefer more tradiotional ways of communication.
Regarding to their greek nationality... well, Constantinos was born here (as well as his father etc) and if we want to grant the greek nationality to the kids of refugees and immigrants who were born here and all the left-wing parties and people who support them concider them as Greeks, I don't see any reason why Constantinos is not a Greek. In my opinion, he is a Greek with origins from abroad. I would like to see though that the rest of his family doesn't see Greece only as a place for summer vacation but as a home as well. They could show a minimal interest by learning the language and avoiding BS about the crisis. Of course, Greeks generally don't want monarchy and those who want it back are people who favour absolutism and despotism - nothing healthy, nothing in between.
I love how Nik and Tatiana make it work. They keep a low profile, they do their jobs, Tatiana helps people without providing her royal status, so to say, to the people but to the ones who wants to work with and she seems to be really effective. Boroume has gained more and more popularity over the years. And she is a great ambassador for Greece, she speaks with love without exaggerations. Nik does what he likes with taking pictures and he stays away from politics - good for them. The moment they will be envolved with politics, it will backfire at them. Pavlos, however, retweeted a post of Kyriakos Mitsotakis - the current leader of the main party that is opposing in the government. He better stay out of it or he has to update his info and his general knowledge towards this matter.
As you see, I spend the whole night up and I have very much spare time to spend today!